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TRENDnet Ships Powerful NAS Media Server

TRENDnet, a best-in-class wired and wireless networking hardware brand, today announces the availability of the 2-Bay NAS Media Server Enclosure, model TN-200 -- a powerful entertainment and storage hub for your digital network.

 

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DLNA certified Smart TVs, media players, and game consoles can automatically find and play multiple HD videos and music from the TN-200 simultaneously. An iTunes server provides the ability to share a massive iTunes library across your network. The TN-200 accepts two 3.5" SATA hard drives, sold separately, for a total storage capacity of up to 8 Terabytes. Additional storage can be added using a convenient USB share port. A Gigabit Ethernet port maintains a high speed connection to the network.

 

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TN-200 Features:

 

  • 8 TB Total Storage: drives sold separately
  • DNLA Certified
  • iTunes Server: share a massive iTunes library across your network
  • Backup Center: ensures zero data loss if one drive crashes
  • Download Center: schedule downloads from popular sites
  • One Touch USB Button: automatically backs up content from a USB device
  • Advanced Energy Savings: create a weekly hibernation schedule
  • Gigabit Port: A Gigabit LAN port optimizes transfer speeds through the network
  • Remote Access: Access the TN-200 over the internet

 

Pricing and Availability

 

  • TN-200 Availability: Currently available from online and retail partners
  • TN-200 MSRP: $169.99

 

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